The total value locked (TVL) in decentralized finance has slid 15.63% since the metric’s all-time high of $275 billion sixteen days ago on December 1. Since the end of the first week of December, the TVL is down 7.19% lower with a number of protocols seeing seven-day losses in terms of TVL.
Defi Tokens YFI and CVX See 7-Day Double-Digit Gains, Aggregate Locked in Defi Slips Close to 3% to $243 Billion
According to statistics, decentralized finance (defi) tokens represent $132.6 billion or roughly 5.79% of the entire $2.28 trillion crypto economy. The largest defi token in terms of market capitalization is terra (LUNA), which commands 18% dominance and a market valuation of around $23.9 billion. The top two performing defi assets during the last week were yearn finance (YFI) and convex finance (CVX). Yearn finance jumped 33% in value this past week and convex finance increased in value by 26.3%.
Meanwhile, the defi tokens tokemak (TOKE) and bonfida (FIDA) saw the deepest weekly losses last week. Tokemak lost 31.6% in value last week and bonfida shed 28.7% in USD value. The top decentralized exchange (dex) on Friday is Uniswap version 3 with $2 billion in 24-hour volume. Uniswap (v3) is followed by Pancakeswap, Trader Joe, Biswap, Sushiswap, Uniswap (v2), Raydium2, and Curve Finance, respectively.
There’s been $6.2 billion in 24-hour dex trade volume and 158,035,713 monthly visits to dex protocols. According to defillama.com, the aggregate total value locked (TVL) across a myriad of blockchains is $232 billion with Curve dominance at 9.17%. Curve’s TVL is $21.28 billion and it supports seven different blockchains.